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This is a bit off-topic as to the monastery map, but a comment meant more broadly about flip-mats generally: though I love my Paizo flip-mats, one thing I haven't been able to find anywhere is a good map representing an alternate plane, specifically a fae/faerie realm with many-colored trees and standing stones in a forest setting or suchlike. The Extra-Dimensional Spaces map pack was pretty good for representing higher planes, but I would like to see more maps in other planes. I know I'd get a lot of use out of them in my 4E campaign, and I imagine this sort of thing would be helpful in other systems as well. Just a thought; regardless, I love my maps subscription!
Can this flip-mat be used for The Ruby Phoenix Tournament module or any other published adventure? Or is there any tie-in with the Jade Regent AP?
Not as written no; the Ruby Phoenix Tournament has it's own competition grounds (not a monastery, closer to an arena), and Jade Regent doesn't have a dedicated monastery that I remember. I'm sure it would be easy enough to add in something like that, or tweak another location to make it a monastery (Ravenscraeg comes to mind, or possibly the House of Withered Blossoms, or somewhere in The Empty Throne).